Referendums in assortment

00:00, 16 May 2014

we were Talking about the situation in the East of Ukraine, where over the weekend took place several surveys of citizens, the organizers have called their shares loud word referendum.

Were discussed three of the most large-scale poll: two - independence from Ukraine, Luhansk and Donetsk oblasts, and another thing -- on the accession of Donbass or its parts in the Dnipropetrovsk region.

Participants searched for an answer to the question: How will the results of the polls can influence the situation in Ukraine? Will the mentioned plebiscite to calm passions in the East of the country, where people with guns in their hands seize and hold the administrative building and terrorize locals, or Vice versa, the confrontation in the Donbas will intensify? What ultimately we really come? What to do now all Ukrainians and organizers of the referenda in particular ?

the solution is sought by the participants of the conversation:

Sergey KAPLIN, the MP from the faction PP "BLOW", Secretary of the VR Committee on national security and defence;

Anatoliy BLIZNYUK, MP of Ukraine from the Party of Regions, Chairman of the Subcommittee on Executive bodies and public service of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on state building and local self-government ;

Victor NEBOZHENKO, sociologist and political scientist, Director of the sociological service "Ukrainian barometer";

Alexander Chernenko - General Director of the Committee of voters of Ukraine

To the discussion was joined by Skype:

Denis PUSHILIN, the head of government of the self-proclaimed Donetsk national Republic, M. Donetsk

Dmitry TKACHENKO, activist of the Committee of Patriotic forces of Donbass, Deputy Chairman of the CEC Dnepropetrovsk referendum.

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